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PJMII have just emailed Martin Wolf, ​the ​chief economics commentator at the Financial Times of London, and ​urged him to write an article about the results of the Glocalities 20-country survey by Motivaction International and the Sustainable Finance Lab.​It is surely now time for Positive Mon...

2 days ago

SimonThe Economist magazine, along with other commentators should be reporting these results and exploring the alternatives to commercial bank money creation. The Economist is probably not objective, as it is more than 50% owned by banking (Rothschild) and large corporate (Agnelli) interests. The main me...

2 days ago

Marco SabaCreating new money is an asset for governments that must be discharged with a corresponding liability to the sovereign people. In turn, the people have an asset called "government spending". No more tax needed....

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SimonBetter if they still had plenty of oil and gas, which really helps Norway....

2 weeks ago

James MurrayDonald,It is great to hear that you spread the PM good word about the advantages of sovereign money creation, fractional reserve banking and so on.There is a certainty that an independent Scotland would be no such thing if they kept the pound.And, as said, it is unlikely that the majority of the pop...

2 weeks ago

RJRealistically if Scotland wanted to stay in the EU as an independent country. They would not have been allowed to set up their own central bank etc first. So it would have meant adopting the Euro. And no more huge government deficits financed by England = a Greece type situation. So dopey, deceitful...

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PJMJan, this is a URL for a factual report about hard physical evidence that shows that antarctic sea ice hasn't changed in 100 years, based on the actual logbooks of the famous British Antarctic explorers Scott and Shackleton: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sci...How about an apology for calling me a prop...

2 weeks ago

PJMI'm not sure that you understand that a Sovereign Money system is not a 100% reserve system. It is a no-reserve system, with all new money created by an independent (from politicians' influence) arm of the state....

2 weeks ago

Jan SealeyThat is fine, I don't agree with you, but I don't want to get into an argument about it here, I really don't see any point in it. However, If you think we should just focus on money reform, I think you should stop using this forum to post climate change denial propaganda. I won't call it scepticis...

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